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German Made Liebherr Discontinued Model SKBS4210 Black Steel 402L Fridge $1499 (RRP $3890) @ Checkout Factory Outlet WA


We do deliver to other states. Please email me for quotation on delivery fee to other states.

We have a store based in Osborne Park, WA. I am the store representative, please email me on [email protected] if you have any questions.

Free Joining kit when you buy 2 units together.

To place an order, please call me on 0402711289 or order it online https://checkoutfactoryoutlet.com.au/collections/fridges/pro...


Dimensions - LxWxH (mm): 630 × 600 × 1852 mm

Configuration: Fridge
Design: Freestanding
Door finish: BlackSteel, Solid door
Refrigeration features: SmartSteel - visibly reduces fingerprints, SuperCool, Telescopic drawers, Temperature alarm
Energy star rating: 2.5
Capacity gross litres: 405
Lighting: LED
Energy consumption (kWh/yr): 279
Made in: Germany
Warranty: 3 years

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closed Comments


    How much is delivery to 2600?

  • +1 vote

    seems very expensive for a fridge of that size


      These are the rolls Royce of fridges

      • +2 votes

        How many litres per 100km?

  • +3 votes

    They make good cranes

  • +1 vote

    still quite expensive, but thanks for sharing.


    No Chance you have the matching wine\freezer combo for the left side? I have the old stainless model…

  • +1 vote

    You got any of their wine fridges on special?

  • +1 vote

    Is this collectable like lego?


    wonder if anyone who "preordered" this discontinued model can share their experience?

  • +1 vote

    Energy rating is shocking


      That's actually doing my head in…

      I sold those things from 2000-2006, and they were the greatest German-engineered fridges below Gaggenau. (And at least $10k less.)

      The insulation on them was amazing, and they were extremely efficient. 5/6 Star, and able to qualify for higher if it existed.

      Either the energy standards have changed a lot in that time and they haven't kept up, or they've really dropped the ball! (Haven't been in the game since 2006, so NFI)


    It seems Rick Hart keeps popping up with a new business every other month.
    Always selling the same type of product.